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‘More than £2.7m’ in the pipeline for Louth & Horncastle schools

Schools in the Louth and Horncastle constituency are set to gain more than £2.7m under the government’s new national funding formula, according to Victoria Atkins MP.

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Louth Academy (South Campus) students wear their new uniforms.

Parents’ fresh anger over new school uniform date change

The Regional Schools Commissioner has given official consent for Louth’s two comprehensive schools to merge and form one Louth Academy from September 2018.

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Executive Principal Martin Brown (right) with Vice Principles Janice Mitchell and Rob Colbert.

Approval granted for Louth schools merger from September 2018

Official consent from the Regional Schools Commissioner means that Louth’s two comprehensive schools will merge to form one Louth Academy from September 2018.

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School in dispute over ‘strict’ uniform rules

Furious parents have hit out at Louth’s Cordeaux Academy after a ‘strict’ new uniform policy resulted in pupils being placed into isolation.

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Gender gap in the classroom

Gender gap in the classroom

With gender stereotypes at home and a glass ceiling in the boardroom, it seems that a battle of the sexes also exists in the classroom.

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Ofsted boost for nursery since its last inspection

A village nursery has received a major boost after being graded ‘good’ in a recent Ofsted inspection - just six months after the nursery was told that it ‘required improvement’.

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Lincolnshire schools show continued success at GCSE

GCSE results across Lincolnshire show continued success this year including a good response to the new English and maths measure.

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Students at John Spendluffe Technology  College in Alford celebrating their GCSE results. They are (from left) Carmen Wu, Leon Mynott,  Sinead Bailey,    Jasmine Davis and James Sparrow

GCSE RESULTS: Success at John Spendluffe Technology College in Alford

Success at John Spendluffe Technology College in Alford continues in spite of changes to the GCSE grading following government education reforms.

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Cordeaux Academy Principal, Patrick Daley, alongside Elena Treadgold, Jess Baxter, Olivia Heyes and Jack Hanson.

GCSE Results: Another successful year for Cordeaux Academy

Students at Cordeaux Academy have enjoyed a successful haul of GCSE results today (Thursday), ahead of the school’s takeover by the Tollbar Multi-Academy Trust next year.

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Lincolnshire A-level pass rate above national average

Provisional results from 34 out of 39 schools in the county show that Lincolnshire has continued to perform well and results are close to the UK average in many measures.

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Students at Queen Elizabeths Grammar School celebrating their A-Level results. ANL-170817-133423001

A-LEVEL RESULTS: Success for students at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School in Alford

Students in Alford rose to the challenge and are celebrating ‘impressive’ A-Level results.

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Donington on Bain Pre-School's 'graduation' on Friday July 21.

Donington on Bain youngsters enjoy ‘graduation’

Donington on Bain Pre-School held a special ‘graduation’ ceremony last month (Friday July 21), for the young children who are preparing to move up to primary school in the autumn.

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Louth special school celebrates ‘outstanding’ report

Louth special school celebrates ‘outstanding’ report

St Bernard’s School in Louth has once again been deemed ‘outstanding’ following an Ofsted inspection last month.

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Career movers find inspiration in wild in Skegness

A tearful 32-year-old woman sat on her sofa searching for hope that one day she could achieve more than just being a cleaner.

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Huttoft Primary School headteacher, Alison Hurrell receives the cheque from Rupert Houltby, a partner from Wilkin Chapman, which has an office in Alford. Photo: Alison Mitchell ANL-170727-063212001

Donation adds up to fun for Huttoft schoolchildren

Primary school children in Huttoft have been having fun while learning, thanks to a donation that has funded vital new science and maths equipment.

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Louth teenagers celebrated a good haul of food items and cash to donate to the Community Food Larder, based at the Trinity Centre.

NCS: Louth teens do their bit to help the Community Food Larder

A group of 16-year-olds from Louth have worked together to make a huge contribution to the Community Food Larder, as part of this year’s National Citizen Scheme (NCS).

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Judith Jenkinson with her new book.

Buzz of excitement for Judith after new book release

An author from Louth has published a new poetry book for young children.

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Students presented the cheque to Mrs Pat Wright.

Alford students donate £5,600 after ‘charity week’

Students from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar in Alford have presented a cheque for £5,600 to Mrs Pat Wright from the ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’ charity.

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GALLERY: Cordeaux Prom 2017

GALLERY: Cordeaux Prom 2017

Year 11 students from Cordeaux Academy recently held their end-of-year prom.

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